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August 15, 2016
At no time in the evolving and accelerating world of applications development is there a greater need for enterprises to employ sound governance, risk, compliance management practices. The mainstreaming of service-oriented architecture together with...
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Twitter was certainly active at QCon New York 2016, and it suggests participants at the conference were happy to provide positive feedback. But what fueled their enthusiasm?
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On the Docker containerization learning curve, veteran developer Natasha Litt ran into dependency and complexity detours. Litt shared her experience at this year's LWT Summit.
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Some question the relevancy of SOA in the modern IT world, but SOA still lives on in its most basic form, despite new development techniques. Tom Nolle explains. Continue Reading
2016 brought along some changes in how organizations work with microservices -- changes that had both positive and negative outcomes. Tom Nolle explains. Continue Reading
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Microservices are supposed to make life easier. But when improperly managed, it can do just the opposite. Tom Nolle explains what it means to design microservices properly. Continue Reading
The rapidly changing consumer landscape spawned mostly by the proliferation of mobile device users and their multiple channels of communications is forcing companies to rethink their application development and testing strategies. But most ... Continue Reading
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So your Agile teams aren't working as efficiently as you'd like. Maybe you have specialists spread too thinly through your teams, or your product is just to big and broad for a traditional ... Continue Reading
Outsourcing software development can stressful. Information system architect Brad Irby provides six steps to approach it. Continue Reading
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